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Microsoft SharePoint is a world-class collaboration and productivity platform. Businesses, schools, organizations, and even others can make the most of this platform and all its services to achieve smooth and efficient document sharing and collaboration. You can create sites and document libraries to organize, coordinate and collaborate on various aspects of your workflows. As part of empowering the users to work and manage processes efficiently, Microsoft is presenting a bunch of site collection features. In this blog post, we are going to show you how to disable or enable SharePoint Site Collection Features. Let us go straight into the details.
Information architecture is an integral component when it comes to ensuring optimum maintenance and performance of a portal. Good planning is a prerequisite to building an optimal structure.
After creating a SharePoint site, permission levels come into picture. A user may want to provide or restrict access to a site or its contents. Other than the conventional groups and permissions levels provided, a user can even devise permissions way beyond the default levels.
Understanding permissions inheritance
If a user works on a site, he/she is essentially working inside a site collection. In a nutshell, every site exists in site collection i.e. there is a group of sites under a single top-level site. The top-level site is called the root site of the site collection.
Shown below is an illustration of a site collection depicting a simple hierarchy of sites, lists and list items.